Family of Mini AOC, age 8, shuts down her social accounts after threats

Family of Mini AOC, age 8, shuts down her social accounts after threats

by WorldTribune Staff, July 4, 2019 A Democrat staffer doxxing Republican senators who backed Brett Kavanaugh. A mob of Antifa thugs attacking a gay reporter in Portland. And, now, death threats against an 8-year-old girl. Welcome to the “tolerant” Left. After receiving death threats and harassing phone calls, the family of Ava Martinez has shut […]

Nike axed Betsy Ross flag shoes but had no problem with China, Turkey flags

Nike axed Betsy Ross flag shoes but had no problem with China, Turkey flags

by WorldTribune Staff, July 3, 2019 Nike pulled its “Betsy Ross Flag” sneakers after former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick advised the sportswear giant that the American flag is a symbol of racism, hate, and slavery. But Nike had no problem when it came to the national flags and colors from such human rights abusers as […]

Portland mayor on hot seat after violent Antifa attack bloodied conservative journalist

Portland mayor on hot seat after violent Antifa attack bloodied conservative journalist

by WorldTribune Staff, July 1, 2019 Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler is being slammed for taking a hands-off approach to violent Antifa activists which critics say have created an atmosphere that enabled an assault on conservative journalist Andy Ngo. Furthermore the attack was either downplayed or applauded by several anti-conservative media outlets Ngo, who regularly records […]

AOC spurned invite from concentration camp survivor to see the real thing

AOC spurned invite from concentration camp survivor to see the real thing

by WorldTribune Staff, July 1, 2019 If Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez needed schooling on concentration camps, she just got it — from someone who was in two of them. AOC last month tweeted that “The GOP has supported building mass concentration camps on the southern border. Kids & families are dying.” A 93-year-old survivor of two […]

UC San Diego students chill at Ché Café, but do they know how he treated gays?

UC San Diego students chill at Ché Café, but do they know how he treated gays?

by WorldTribune Staff, June 28, 2019 Students at the University of California at San Diego have a so-called “safe space” at the Ché Café Collective, named after Cuban revolutionary Ché Guevara, the icon of liberal chic whose image appears on two-tone t-shirts that are proudly worn by many students at campuses nationwide. In 2014, UC […]

Needles, California considers itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary City

Needles, California considers itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary City

by WorldTribune Staff, June 28, 2019 Needles, a California town of 4,844 people which sits on the border with Arizona, has declared itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary City, a first for the Golden State. “The City Council wanted our community to know that we support their Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms,” Needles […]

Two Chicagos: Rich outlive poor by 30 years in Democrat-controlled Cook County

Two Chicagos: Rich outlive poor by 30 years in Democrat-controlled Cook County

by WorldTribune Staff, June 25, 2019 The Chicago neighborhoods of Streeterville and Englewood are only eight miles apart. In wealthy Streeterville, life expectancy is 90-years-old. In poverty-stricken Englewood, it’s 60. The two neighborhoods in the Democratic Party bastion have the most divergent life expectancy of any in the U.S. that share the boundaries of a […]

Los Angeles County begins massive voter roll cleanup after lawsuit by private watchdog

Los Angeles County begins massive voter roll cleanup after lawsuit by private watchdog

FPI / June 24, 2019 By Judicial Watch Judicial Watch announced today that it has been informed that Los Angeles County has sent notices to as many as 1.5 million inactive voters on its voter rolls. This mailing is a step toward removing the names of voters who have moved, died, or are otherwise ineligible […]

Illinois state senator to gun owner: Maybe we’ll just confiscate your guns

Illinois state senator to gun owner: Maybe we’ll just confiscate your guns

by WorldTribune Staff, June 21, 2019 Illinois state Sen. Julie A. Morrison responded to a citizen gun owner’s concern over a new state assault weapons law by hinting that gun “confiscation” could be a remedy to the citizen’s complaining. During a public meeting sponsored by Democratic senators, the firearm-owning citizen said, “Senator Morrison, you have […]

Forbes lists 12 trends that mark end of colleges as we know them

Forbes lists 12 trends that mark end of colleges as we know them

by WorldTribune Staff, June 19, 2019 A recent Gallup poll found that less than half of Americans have confidence in higher education. Scores of students and their parents are “frustrated with increasing costs and underemployed grads living in their parent’s basement,” author Tom Vander Ark, the CEO of Getting Smart, wrote in a June 17 […]